Saturday, May 28, 2016

Quilt Market Schoolhouse

I'm back with more coverage from Quilt Market Schoolhouse. If you missed my post on the Cotton + Steel Schoolhouse, feel free to check it out.
Lizzy House shared projects made from her Whisper Palette collection that has already made it to stores. I did notice that the Unicorn Dream print had a darker value in comparison to the other prints.

Alison Glass showed us what she has in store: Handcrafted Patchwork, Insignia (which is like a solid, but with a tiny pictures every now and again), and Seventy Six. Patterns that have been available in Alison's shop had been remade in the new Handcrafted line.

I also attend a Schoolhouse session presented by Pat Sloan, who reminded shop owners of Aurifil's free Designer of the Month series.

In another session, Violet Craft showed off her newest patterns and House of Hoppington fabric line.

I learned all about Angela Walter's sequel to Shape by ShapeShape by Shape Collection II.

Mona brought together a room of designers to announce their free BOM, Be Our Neighbor.

And to think, all this happened before Market even officially started. I'll dish on that next.
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  1. That lineup of ladies with their quilts is impressive. That was one of my favorite Schoolhouse presentations.

  2. Wow. Such beautiful quilts!! I hope to make a quilt someday that I will want a pro to quilt for me. I cannot possibly develop such talent!!